This week It Was a Thing on TV brings to you plenty of competition along with a short look at one of the biggest bombs in TV history. First, recently, word came out that American Gladiators is being rebooted...again. By coincidence, we had this show slotted for this week in our schedule. We talk about 4 shows which tried riding the coattails of the Gladiators--Knights and Warriors, Blade Warriors, Battledome, and Wild West Showdown. Next, we go to the ballpark, as some of 1967's brightest Major League Baseball players went against celebrities back in the day on the softball diamond, with some very special celebrities handling the duties behind the mic and two legends acting as managers. Finally, Rowan and Martin's Laugh-In was TV's most popular show in 1969. The people behind it tried capitalizing on its popularity with a related show called Turn-On. There were instant regrets, as ABC turned it off before the first episode aired in full. Follow us on social media at the following Facebook: @itwasathingontvpodcast Instagram/Twitter: @itwasathingontv Also send us an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
The biggest tertiary reforms in decades are taking shape in our universities. Are students attracted to cut-priced STEM courses and rejecting humanities subjects that have doubled in price? Insiders suggest another possibility: cash-strapped universities could create more places in higher fee courses.
How do you create interactive theatre when the audience can't leave their home? The global pandemic has been a nightmare for theatre companies around the world and we've seen many different solutions as troupes find ways to work around the restrictions. Swamp Motel created something completely different - an interactive story that has the audience hunting the web for clues, hacking corporate accounts, and unearthing old conspiracies.
Scientific consensus that humans are altering the climate may have surpassed 99.9 per cent, according to new peer-reviewed research that examined nearly 90-thousand climate related studies.
The House of Representatives has voted against referring Christian Porter's use of a blind trust to the privileges committee, despite the Speaker giving precedence.
Greetings Trashelor Nation! Casey Bunker joins Sara Armour to talk through their big take aways from the season premiere of the Bachelorette, starring the radiant Michelle Young! They decode Michelle's astrology, trash talk the most idiotic hopefuls, and discuss how you know when to actually get married. Stay vulnerable, stay trashy! Enjoy! To join us for the Aries Full Moon Ritual: TheMoonual.com Follow Casey on IG: https://www.instagram.com/caseydilla1/Follow Sara on IG: https://www.instagram.com/saraarmour/Follow Molly on IG: https://www.instagram.com/mollymulshine/SHOP Trash Merch on etsy: https://www.etsy.com/shop/SPACETRASHpodcastSHOP Trash Merch on Shopify: https://space-trash-lifestyles-of-the-rich-and-uranus.myshopify.com/and as always, subscribe & leave a review! It helps a ton!!
Hoy en Día a Día, comenzamos conversando con Javier Maza, analista y consultor político, sobre la demanda del expresidente Donald Trump para mantener ocultos unos documentos sobre el asalto al Capitolio: “Es muy probable que hayan documentos en los que Trump o no hizo lo que le tocaba hacer como presidente en un momento tan grave como fue el asalto del 6 de enero, o hizo o dijo cosas que no debió como jefe de Estado”. El corresponsal de Associated Press en América Latina, Joshua Goodman, nos habló sobre la primera audiencia de Alex Saab ante la justicia estadounidense: “Saab tiene dos procedimientos legales que le tocan: nombrar a un abogado permanente y declararse culpable o no… Es casi seguro que va a declararse no culpable en su primera audiencia. Eso es algo que hacen casi todos los acusados, pero después empiezan a ver las evidencias y más adelante pueden o no cambiar su decisión”, explicó. También nos atendió el periodista de La Estrella de Panamá, José Arcia, para hablarnos sobre el rechazo a las reformas electorales aprobadas esta semana por la Asamblea Nacional de Panamá: “Uno de los puntos clave es la equidad de género. La propuesta buscaba garantizar que hubiese participación de la mujer en un 50-50. Y la Asamblea le pone trabas para evitar esto”, dijo, y expuso: “El veto a estas reformas no sería total, porque lo que está pidiendo el Tribunal Electoral sería un veto parcial de estos artículos más polémicos”. Desde Bogotá nos atendió el abogado y analista político internacional Miguel Andrés Fierro Pinto, quien nos habló sobre la condena de la CorteIDH al Estado colombiano por el caso de Jineth Bedoya: “En el año 2000, durante la disputa entre grupos armados en la cárcel La Modelo, Bedoya iba a ir a hacer una entrevista, pero tristemente la engañaron, torturaron y violaron dentro del mismo penal”, contó. Pinto explicó: “La CorteIDH ordenó una serie de medidas, entre ellas continuar con las investigaciones penales que se llevan a cabo en el marco del caso”. La periodista del diario ABC, Gabriela Ponte, nos habló sobre el caso de Hugo ‘El Pollo' Carvajal: “Carvajal tiene congelada la extradición a EE.UU, puesto que el 27 de octubre tiene que presentarse como testigo ante el juez para aportar información sobre la causa que se ha abierto sobre la financiación de Podemos… Al parecer el relato de lo que vivió Carvajal mientras fue jefe del DGCIM acompaña y da detalles muy específicos sobre la financiación de Podemos. Por eso el juez reabre la causa”, explicó. Y para cerrar, el codirector del Centre for Postcolonial Studies de Goldsmiths de la Universidad de Londres, Francisco Carballo, nos habló sobre el asesinato del diputado británico David Amess: “Sabemos que el diputado estaba atendiendo a sus electores, y un miembro del público lo atacó”, dijo. Carballo expresó: “Este es el segundo asesinato de un miembro del parlamento en 5 años, y está haciendo que la gente se cuestione si es factible tener estos encuentros tan cercanos con los diputados”.
Today on the show we had some Queens stop by, to talk about their show Queens on ABC. Eve, Naturi Naughton, Nadine Velazquez and Brandy spoke about their chemistry on the show and what the audience could expect from watching it and more. Also, Charlamagne gave "Donkey of the Day" to a Subway worker who was fired after recording himself trashing the kitchen. Also, we opened up the phone lines to see if our listeners beleive in marriage or not after video came out of Jamie Fox speaking about his uninterest in marriage again. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Jenny got a call from a producer looking for someone with her specific skillset from an ABC show. So she is excited to be on an upcoming episode of Free Enterprise that helps people who are recently out of prison start their own entrepreneurial journey.Joe was not appropriately excited by Jenny's news of being on TV.Sarah is so excited for Jenny and talks about how people are so suspicious about voice mails being spam or fake and was a bit surprised that Jenny even called the casting agent back. It's important to assume the best. We talk about the roller coaster ride of entrepreneurship and the importance of mindset for entrepreneurs. People usually only see the wins of other people's journeys because that is usually the only story they share. We choose our thoughts and have to be cognizant of our mindset.We talks about how both Jenny and Sarah's quarter 3 were like watching a dumpster fire and how they got out of that mindset cycle of anxiety.Everything is not Pinterest perfect or "social media life."Sarah has posted images of herself crying in the car or rough parenting stories in order to be transparent and authentic.Sarah tells the story of how her 10-year-old son decided to play hide and seek while she and the family were at the bank. When you share those really raw and vulnerable moments, you will get backlash from people that don't understand the power of vulnerability. Sarah shares how to deal with the criticism that comes with being vulnerable.We spend some time unpacking why we don't feel like we are entitled to a "luxury" vacation and how is it a mindset. It's the same mindset that has many women ordering from a menu solely by price.
When Megan met Leon, they thought they were just in for a holiday romance. But it became a long distance thing. Then it became a real life thing. And then it wasn't a thing. Leon had his life sorted out, while Megan felt her real life hadn't even started. They let each other go, they met other people, they had adventures... but eventually, real life and real love collided – but could it work, all those years later?
christopher oscar peña is an accomplished playwright with a resume that includes productions, commissions and residencies at some of the country's most forward-thinking theatrical institutions. Among his most recent productions are the world premieres of his plays “a cautionary tail” at the Flea Theater in New York and “The Strangers” at the Clarence Brown Theatre in Knoxville, TN. chris is also amassing impressive credits as a TV writer, having written for the Emmy-nominated first season of “Jane the Virgin” on the CW and HBO's highly lauded “Insecure” as well as the Starz series “Sweetbitter.” He is currently on the writing staff for “Promised Land,” a new series that will air this season on ABC.Early in the pandemic, chris was approached by director James Darragh to join him and composer Ellen Reid, who won the 2019 Pulitzer Prize for her opera “p r i s m,” on a new project: a brand-new operatic work to be created specifically for and presented in the digital space. Never an opera aficionado, chris nonetheless jumped at the novel opportunity, and with the addition of “p r i s m” librettist Roxie Perkins, the creators hired a team of writers and composers and then filmed and recorded “Desert In.” All eight episodes are available for viewing on the streaming platform, OperaBox.tv. “Desert In” was described by The Wall Street Journal as “lush and expansive … a highly original marriage of opera and series television,” and The New York Observer wrote that “this stylish film-opera hybrid … is a sun-drenched melodrama.”In this interview with Pier Carlo Talenti, chris describes how his enduring passion for breaking form and pushing artistic envelopes has allowed him to craft an eclectic career that amplifies his voice and core beliefs. https://www.operabox.tv/desert-in
Darin Dawson is the Co-Founder and President of BombBomb, a Human-Centered Communication Platform that enables users to use simple, personal video messages to leverage their best asset – themselves! Darren leads all sales, marketing, customer success and product development at BombBomb, a fast-growing, Colorado-based software company. He's on a mission to re-humanize the planet and he wants to start with your business communication. He believes that human beings have intrinsic value and that every person deserves to be seen, heard and understood. That's why he co-founded BombBomb. Questions Could you share with us a little bit about your journey in your own words and how you got to where you are today, could you share that with us? Could you share with our audience for those who may not have listened to Ethan's episode last year or never heard of BombBomb, what is it that BombBomb does and how can that help a business? Why video, why should we use video to connect and communicate daily with people? What is customer experience and why do you think it matters? Could you share with us maybe some of the values that BombBomb is built on that has helped BombBomb to really be able to realize fulfilling those needs for your customers? And why do you think an internal culture needs to be very impactful in order to execute a strong external culture? Could you explain to us in very layman terms, what does it mean to re humanize people? What are we lacking that we need re humanization? Could you share with us what does that really mean? Could you also share with us what's the one online resource, tool, website or app that you absolutely can't live without in your business? Could you also share with us maybe one or two books that have had the biggest impact on you, it could be a book that you read a very long time ago, or even one that you've read recently, but it still has had a great impact on you. Could you also share with us what's the one thing that's going on in your life right now that you're really excited about? It could be something you're working on to develop yourself or your people. Where can listeners find you online? Do you have a quote or saying that you use in times of adversity or challenge? This quote kind of helps to get you back on track and get you refocused if for any chance you got derailed. Highlights Darin's Journey When asked about his journey, Darin shared that he feels like it may be a little bit non typical, so for instance, he never graduated the university, so he didn't go to college, he did but he didn't graduated as his father said very good advice to him at that age, “Maybe college isn't for you.” He was always entrepreneurial, he saw that in him and thought that he should pursue that and kind of get after doing his own thing. He grew up on a farm, hard working all his life, got given a good what they call there a Midwestern work ethic and ended up moving to Colorado in 1995 when he was 21 years old and have been there ever since. So, then graduated school but then started this kind of painting business out in Colorado when he was young, he grew that business, it was actually successful. But then in the late 90s, early 2000s he started being interested in all things to do with internet marketing, Pay Per Click strategies, On Demand strategies, things like that and he got involved in the marketing business, was lucky enough to get ownership in that business, to sell that business and then do that again with another marketing company and then ended up working at a TV station actually running online, marketing the website salespeople for that, also content creators for that and he learned a lot about mass media marketing and really led him to think about what he didn't like about that led him to create BombBomb which he does today. What BombBomb Does and How Can That Help a Business Me: Now, we had the awesome pleasure of interviewing one of your employees, Ethan Beaute last year, we had him on our podcast as well as on a Facebook Live and I was supremely blown away by how he responded to my messages through video, I thought it was just brilliant. And so, of course when you reached out to me and I was like, “Oh my goodness, another person from BombBomb but even the person who created it, this is amazing.” So, could you share with our audience for those who may not have listened to Ethan's episode last year or never heard of BombBomb, what is it that BombBomb does and how can that help a business? Darin shared that first of all, he loves that guy (Ethan). And actually Ethan is a dear friend and he convinced him to leave that TV station where they worked together and come to BombBomb with him. And so, he's been there over 10 years, he couldn't have done it without him, he's fantastic, he's their Chief Evangelist, he's a good friend and a valued, valued person to him. He believes and we at BombBomb believe that all human beings has an intrinsic value, that we are special, that we are unique, how we communicate with each other is unique. And the software that they enable you to use is sending video messages to the people who matter in your life, which could be the people in your life, personal life, it could be colleagues that you work with, it could be your prospects, it could be your existing customers. So, you can send yourself video messages so they can see you, know you, and understand you in that way, so it's very simple to do, takes no time at all and they allow you to do in every message platform that you may be using. So that could be your email, that could be in social media messenger systems, it could be in LinkedIn for example, so anywhere you're saying a message, they allow you to use a video as well. Why We Should Use Video to Connect and Communicate Daily with People Darin stated that if you believe, like he just mentioned that we are unique human beings, the way we talk is unique, then you should be considering video. And here's a very good example, if he was to ask 10 business owners: “What is your most valuable asset in your business?” He believes at least 9 out of 10, maybe 10 out of 10 would tell him that their people are their most valuable asset. But more often, what we're doing is we're hiding these best assets, the ones that we spent a long time interviewing, if you're interviewing a salesperson, you're trying to say, “Are they good with people? Are they good at presenting passion and enthusiasm for your product?” You're trying to assess all these things about people, and then we hire them and then we make them look like and feel like everyone else with text email, texting, phones, all that stuff, phone's better. But behind these technologies that we have chat, we're just like everyone else. He thinks we're removing the most uniqueness that we can bring in our people, our diversity, how they interact, and all the things that we want in our culture, in our business, we're withholding from our customers in a lot of ways when we don't put people in front of people more often. What is Customer Experience and Why it Matters Me: Now, as we talk about video, and connecting with people daily, and really seeing the intrinsic value in a human being, in your view, Darin, what is customer experience and why do you think it matters? Darin shared that he believes the customer experience is every touch point that you have with either potential customers or existing customers, anything that could be an in person event, it could be a podcast, it could be a webinar, it could be when he calls your business, and what's the experience he gets when that phone is picked up by someone who works there, that's it. So, let him frame it this way. If there were two businesses that did the exact same thing, they sell the exact same service, for the exact same price, how do you decide which one to choose if they're very much the same? He believes you choose the one you like and that could be for a lot of different reasons. But the experience that you bring ultimately becomes your unique selling proposition that is what makes us unique in a business. He has a software business, he competes against people who do similar things to what he does, he has some features they don't have, they have some features that he doesn't have, but they are basically the same and at the end of the day, people are going to choose who they know, like and trust, he still believes that that's what they do. So, in that case, his customer experience has to be better, he wants to deliver on that more over than anything else. It matters in the product, it matters in all these motions that we look at in a business, but to him, again, customer experience is your unique identifier. Values that BombBomb is Built On Me: I totally support everything that you just said. And I think a lot of businesses lose focus of that. Now, in trying to deliver that customer experience as you mentioned, is your unique proposition. I think it's important; the organization has to have a really good culture, because customer experience starts from within, how you deal with your employees, how responsive you are to them, how you support them in whatever initiatives they're trying to accomplish. And of course, all businesses came into existence because we're all trying to solve some problem for customers that have a need. And so, could you share with us maybe some of the values that BombBomb is built on that has helped BombBomb to really be able to realize fulfilling those needs for your customers? And why do you think an internal culture needs to be very impactful in order to execute a strong external culture? Darin shared that they have five core values at BombBomb, they are Relationships, Humility, Flexibility, Service, and Fun. So, those are five core values and he thinks that really, businesses need to give the people that work there a reason to work there, that's beyond money, that's beyond the work necessarily. Because you can go answer the phone anywhere, you can go do customer success service anywhere, you can do sales anywhere, you can run these teams anywhere now and from anywhere for that matter. He believes that we want to give people a purpose behind why they do what they do at BombBomb. So, they do that in a few different ways. First of all, their book is called Re humanize Your Business and that's what they want to do with their product but their mission at BombBomb is to humanize the planet. And this is what he means by it has to matter more than the word. And locally, they support a few organizations, one is called Dream Centers in Colorado Springs, it actually provides free health care for women and also it provides homeless families off of the streets of their city and into a safe place where they can thrive, where they can go to school, where the mothers can get an education. They have the women's clinic and they have a thing called Mary's Home and they're fantastic. And those are two organizations they support and they support them financially, but they also support them with their time. So, every year they do a trunk or treat for the children at Mary's Home. And another organization they support is called the Springs Rescue Mission and it's in Colorado Springs, and they support the homeless population, helping them to get out of homelessness, a cycle of homelessness, help them to get food to eat. Just last week, he took about 30 BombBomb folks down there and they did a barbecue where they cooked burgers, he smelled like Burger King when he got back. They grilled like 300 burgers and hotdogs and they serve those people. So, it's beyond money, why do they do what they do? Because they're humanizing your business but they're also trying to humanize the planet and that planet starts right their own backyard in Colorado Springs, Colorado. What is Means to Re Humanize People Me: You spoke a little bit just now about rehumanizing your business. And when we read your bio, a big part of BombBomb's mission is to re humanize the planet. And so, could you explain to us in very layman terms, what does it mean to re humanize people? What are we lacking that we need re humanization? Could you share with us what does that really mean? Darin shared that he thinks its two things in your business it may exist that he thinks participating right now in this insanely, it's like nuclear proliferation but it's different, it's this digital pollution. So, after he gets off of this call, he will have no less than 30 unsolicited emails in his inbox, LinkedIn will have a few and people are just being bombarded. And so, we need to get back to building know, like and trust with the people that we want to work with. We need to communicate in a way that solves problems for people we know that we can solve problems for. He thinks the problem right now in marketing and sales is that we're just holistically blasting everyone to kingdom come with unwanted, unsolicited messaging. And frankly, he doesn't even believe it's from real people anymore. So, all we're doing is we're desensitizing people, nobody believes that you actually wrote the email anymore, actually wrote the LinkedIn messenge, they thing it was written for you, sent by some sort of system and what that does is it takes away the idea of reciprocity on his part. Five years ago, even three years ago, if you sent him an email even if he wasn't interested, the reciprocity effect says, “I'm going to respond to you even if I'm not interested.” Now, we've made it so very easy to ignore everyone, everyone is complicit in this digital pollution that we're all participating in, we send too much of stuff that doesn't matter. Therefore, the stuff that does goes by the wayside. So, he believes using personal video, personal messaging to people succinctly for them, to them, from human to human, to solve the problem that you very well solved for this type of business. So, you have to have that figured out. What's the problem I solve? How do we succinctly solve it in 20 seconds, deliver a video for that person? Or in the customer experience, side, if it's retention. Don't make him feel like just another number of your business. How many customers do you have? Don't make him feel like number 569, make him feel like the only one. And so, how do you do that, you do that by taking time and sending personalized communications whenever possible, doesn't have to be every time but he calls them “Moments That Matter.” What are the very important moments that matter when he knows? Easy way to do this is to say to yourself, “Would this be better said face to face? If so, send a video.” So, that's re humanizing your business. We're re humanizing the planet or humanizing these things, he believes people have intrinsic value, he believes all over the world people are being dehumanized right now probably more than they ever have been, ever. We have more slavery, we have more sex trafficking, we have more abuse, we need to get in front of that. And to him, we need to do our part here and so that's why, as he mentioned, they support these local organizations. They actually even support a community in Africa, where some kids in Africa got to adopt BombBombers, it was amazing. So, the kids got to look at pictures of people who work here, choose them to be someone they want to communicate with and then, of course, they help the organization but they help with food and medical care and things like that. But he's got to tell you, some of the best joy happens from these kids sending letters to people who work here. And that's a connection that they build. So, they're now we're re humanizing the people of BombBomb by doing that, just as much as they are those kids in Africa. So, that's a big part of their mission. He just believes that the world we live in, if we just want to turn a blind eye to it, that's not responsible as a business owner. App, Website or Tool that Darin Absolutely Can't Live Without in His Business When asked about online resource that he cannot live without in his business, Darin shared that it's a pretty generic one, but it's Spotify. What couldn't he live without; he can't live without a podcast. He listens to podcasts like crazy, he got a bit of a commute, and he enjoys it. His kids play soccer 4 days a week, so when he's waiting for them to be done; he's on the podcast. So, he's trying to build himself up to that. So, he's going to say Spotify. Books That Have Had the Greatest Impact on Darin When asked about books that have the biggest impact, Darin shared that Seth Godin was a very much a part of the foundation of this business in early 2000s. He has read every Seth Godin book he's ever written. And so, he's just going say Seth Godin. So, Seth Godin Podcast, Seth Godin Books. The early ones, he thinks it was even Purple Cow, New Edition: Transform Your Business by Being Remarkable it was really transformational. Just about being unique and how you stand out. And I believe the book, he might get this wrong is 1000 true fans, it might have been one of his earlier books is the idea if you have 1000 fans, that you'll never have to work again. He thinks we're seeing this, he was an early projector of this, this influencer movement that we see very common today and that's exactly what he was talking about in that book. And that's how they thought about sending video messaging that you could be this influencer. And then he's going to say, Verne Harnish wrote a book called Scaling Up: How a Few Companies Make It…and Why the Rest Don't (Rockefeller Habits 2.0) and then Scaling Up 2.0 and it's about mastering the Rockefeller habits as he calls it. And these are just these business motions that has made them very successful at BombBomb, how to run the business, how to plan for the business, how to do stand ups in the morning, all these things are very fundamentally ingrained in who they are at BombBomb. So, Seth Godin and Scaling Up 2.0, those are his two recommendations. What Darin is Really Excited About Now! Darin shared that he's really excited about this growth team that they have put together, he gets to lead, it's fantastic, it's a cross functional team many people coming from lots of different parts of the organization are focused on how do they get after better growth for the business? So, that means acquiring new customers, better keeping the customers that they have, making the product more aligned towards those things. So, it's been a lot of fun and he loves that team. Where Can We Find Darin Online Website – www.bombbomb.com LinkedIn – Darin Dawson Quote or Saying that During Times of Adversity Darin Uses When asked about quote or saying that he tends to revert to, Darin shared that it's Peter Drucker and the quote is, “Focus is the key to all economic success.” So, if he needs to get refocused, if his team does, he brings that out. Focus is the key. So, are we focused? Do we need to get more focused? Are there things that we should stop doing so we can start doing the right things? Please connect with us on Twitter @navigatingcx and also join our Private Facebook Community – Navigating the Customer Experience and listen to our FB Lives weekly with a new guest Grab the Freebie on Our Website – TOP 10 Online Business Resources for Small Business Owners Links Seth Godin Books Seth Godin Podcasts Purple Cow, New Edition: Transform Your Business by Being Remarkable by Seth Godin Scaling Up: How a Few Companies Make It…and Why the Rest Don't (Rockefeller Habits 2.0) by Verne Harnish The ABC's of a Fantastic Customer Experience Do you want to pivot your online customer experience and build loyalty - get a copy of “The ABC's of a Fantastic Customer Experience.” The ABC's of a Fantastic Customer Experience provides 26 easy to follow steps and techniques that helps your business to achieve success and build brand loyalty. This Guide to Limitless, Happy and Loyal Customers will help you to strengthen your service delivery, enhance your knowledge and appreciation of the customer experience and provide tips and practical strategies that you can start implementing immediately! This book will develop your customer service skills and sharpen your attention to detail when serving others. Master your customer experience and develop those knock your socks off techniques that will lead to lifetime customers. Your customers will only want to work with your business and it will be your brand differentiator. It will lead to recruiters to seek you out by providing practical examples on how to deliver a winning customer service experience!
It has been one month since schools reopened in Afghanistan, but 50 per cent of secondary students have been locked out of the classroom.
Doctors in Victoria say urgent elective surgeries are being postponed as resources are being diverted to deal with Covid-19 patients. The number of people waiting for surgery has soared and with many healthcare workers experiencing burnout there are concerns about how long this crisis will last.
Over the weekend the National Farmers' Federation met with the Nationals party room ahead of a decision on a net-zero emissions by 2050 target, so what was the result?
Jayzen is thrilled to welcome Karen Horne to the show. With over 20 years of experience in the entertainment industry, she has been recognized as a Diversity and Inclusion pioneer and pipeline builder. Through the programs that she creates and runs, she works to bring voice and opportunity to underserved communities and ensure that what we see as audience members reflects that communities that we live in. Karen has had an amazing career, from getting a job at ABC while in college and working hand in hand with Bob Iger who was an emerging leader at Disney, to an inspirational meeting with Barbara Walters, she shares stories we can all learn from. As an executive, she has worked across many areas of the entertainment industry, and now at WarnerMedia, she touches iconic brands such as CNN, Turner sports, Cartoon Network, and HBO and HBO, Max and Warner Brothers television, Warner Brothers films, Warner Brothers animation and Adult Swim - all with an eye on empowering diverse creators. Guest Bio Karen Horne Senior Vice President, Equity and Inclusion Programs WarnerMedia As a senior executive with over 20 years of experience in the entertainment industry, she has been recognized as a Diversity and Inclusion pioneer and pipeline builder. Since coming to WarnerMedia in March of 2020, Horne has been involved in creating and implementing multiple pipeline programs that aim to amplify the voices of underrepresented communities. These programs give talented individuals, who would otherwise not have the opportunity, access to the entertainment industry to showcase their talent. She has brought expertise gained from her career to create cohesive programs, ranging from entry-level to mid-career, that service the entire enterprise. These programs support expansion in areas that have not traditionally been serviced (i.e., virtual production, games, news and sports, animation, comedy, etc.). Before WarnerMedia, Horne was at NBC Entertainment and Universal Television Studios as Senior Vice President, Programming Talent Development and Inclusion where she was responsible for overseeing in-front-of and behind-the-camera primetime diversity efforts for NBC and Universal Television. While there, she started the Late-Night Writers Workshop in 2013 which changed the landscape of the writers' rooms by increasing the number of women and ethnically diverse men, both of which were lacking. Another extraordinary program she developed was Female Forward, which guaranteed shadowing directors an opportunity to direct an entire episode in addition to the traditional shadowing access. The programs and initiatives she created and/or developed became the industry's gold standard and a blueprint for many other companies. Her background in finding and developing new talent allows her great ease in working with the creative world, while her corporate upbringing and work with C-Suite executives allows her equal comfort in any board room. Horne has always been dedicated to increasing equity and inclusion in the entertainment industry throughout her career. She has been honored with several awards and recognitions for her diversity and inclusion work and her service to underrepresented communities. Horne serves on multiple industry boards and has spoken both nationally and internationally on diversity and inclusion best practices. She serves on the boards of Montclair State University's School of Communication and Media, USC's Annenberg Inclusion Initiative, The Alliance of Women Directors, RespectAbility, and The Urban League of the Greater San Francisco Bay Area. She is a member of several entertainment industry organizations. Links To learn more about Lead With Your Brand and the Career Breakthrough Mentoring program, please visit: LeadWithyYourBrand.com To book Jayzen for a speaking engagement or workshop at your company, visit: JayzenPatria.com
Kaitlyn finally has the opportunity to return to in-studio while she's home in Nashville for a longer stint of time than she has been in months! She kicks off in-studio with a bang with none other than Kristin Cavallari, who most know from her days on Laguna Beach, The Hills and more recently, Very Cavallari. Although she rarely does interviews, Kristin is an open book during her chat with Kaitlyn and the two share some major laughs through it all. She shares all about the difficulty separating from her ex-husband Jay Cutler, navigating co-parenting of their 3 children, dating (including her ex), checking those DMs, running her successful jewelry company Uncommon James, how she sets boundaries with toxic people and all the things she gets up to on her weeks without the kids. Of course a convo with Kristin would not be complete without a little reminiscing of her highschool days, how she originally got cast on Laguna Beach, how she felt like she was not portrayed accurately and where things stand with L.C - the only person she did not want to be voted prom queen. You can find Kristin on IG at @kristincavallari @uncommonjames @uncommonbeauty @littlejamesclothing CHINET - Chinet Brand makes premium disposable tableware for all of life's gatherings. Visit mychinet.com to find out more. CROCS - Head to crocs.com to cozy up today! NATIVE - Right now you can save 20% on your first purchase when you go to nativedeo.com/VINE or use promo code VINE at checkout. GEICO - Go to geico.com, get a quote, and see how much you could save. It's GEICO-easy! SUGARWISH - With gifts starting at $22 delivered, Sugarwish is guaranteed to be your go-to gift for everything. Go to sugarwish.com/VINE for $10 off. TALKSPACE - Match with a licensed therapist when you go to talkspace.com and use code VINE to get $100 off of your first month.
To Australia, where an urgent search for a missing four-year-old girl feared abducted is being hampered by extreme weather. Cleo Smith went missing from a campsite in a rural area on the coast of Western Australia four days ago. She was with her family in a tent in her sleeping bag and was last seen by them at about 1:30am. It has sparked memories of the Azaria Chamberlain case - the nine-week-old baby who disappeared near Uluru more than 40 years ago on a family camping trip - taken by a dingo. There's been a massive search - but that was temporarily called off today as heavy rains and winds battered the coast. ABC reporter James Carmody is near Blowholes Campsite in Macleod. He talks to Lisa Owen.
Trevor covers ongoing drama among congressional Democrats, Jordan Klepper visits a rowdy Trump rally in Des Moines, Iowa, and Eve discusses her ABC show "Queens." Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Further intel on a mistruth being spread by social media - that COVID-19 vaccines can cause both male and female infertility. With males, the COVID disease can cause infertility, the COVID vaccines do not. The false claim about female infertility was that the vaccine would make the woman's own immune system attack her natural proteins. No studies have proved this claim.
Campinense, Aparecidense, ABC e Atlético-CE comemoraram o acesso à Série C neste fim de semana. Conseguir o acesso é um feito para os clubes, que garantem ao menos dois anos de divisão nacional. Para falar do assunto, trazemos Felipe Augusto, da Revista Série Z, e José Pereira, do Baião de Dois.APOIE: https://apoia.se/trivelaPIX: email@example.com
David Schoen, Civil Liberties Attorney, and former Board Member of the Alabama Civil Liberties Union and Jordan Sekulow, Executive Director of the American Center for Law and Justice (ACLJ), co-host of Jay Sekulow Live and author of The Next Red Wave: How Conservatives Can Beat Leftist Aggression, RINO Betrayal & Deep State Subversion, discuss the lies peddled by Christopher Steele in his interview with Stephanopoulos on ABC. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Hour 3 of A&G features Christopher Steele, in an interview with George Stefonopolous of ABC, defends the dosier that plagued the news during the Trump presidency. Joe wants to become a docent of something historical. Aaron Rodgers screams at a woman, and we check in on the world of woke. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Hour 3 of A&G features Christopher Steele, in an interview with George Stefonopolous of ABC, defends the dosier that plagued the news during the Trump presidency. Joe wants to become a docent of something historical. Aaron Rodgers screams at a woman, and we check in on the world of woke. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Hour 3 of A&G features Christopher Steele, in an interview with George Stefonopolous of ABC, defends the dosier that plagued the news during the Trump presidency. Joe wants to become a docent of something historical. Aaron Rodgers screams at a woman, and we check in on the world of woke. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Reclaim Your Throne What happens when a female hip hop group from the 90s decides to make a comeback? Eve, Brandy, Naturi Naughton and Nadine Velazquez join Cafe Mocha to talk about the new ABC show "Queens." Naturi & Eve reunite after 20 year, Brandy picks up the mic to rap, and Nadine talks about playing a hip hop and r&b star alongside women who are chart toppers in real life. Plus, Ricki Fairley, founder of Touch: The Black Breast Cancer Alliance, raising awareness about the disease. #Queens #cafemocharadio Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The Tooth or Dare Podcast welcomes Uche Odiatu to the Podcast. Dr Odiatu is the author of The Miracle of Health. He is double certified as a personal trainer, a certified yoga instructor and certified boot camp instructor and a professional member of the American College of Sports Medicine Dr Odiatu is a practicing dentist in Toronto This busy dental professional has been the invited guest on 400 radio & television shows including ABC 20/20 and Canada AM. He has given over 500 lectures in Canada, the USA, Denmark, Bermuda, England, Jamaica, Norway and the Bahamas. His number one goal is to reignite your passion for your health Uche is a powerhouse speaker who fills lecture halls and gets people up out of their seats while learning all about health, wellness and the connection between oral and systemic health. We welcome Uche on the podcast and love hearing how his personal life has transformed who he is as a human and also a dentist. This episode was generously sponsored by our Peeps at Philips who have created a product that has Irene mindblown. Check out Zoom Delivered as a solution for freeing up chair time and getting your patients their custom whitening treatment delivered straight to their door. Are you still taking Alginate impression to fabricate your take-home whitening trays when your office has a digital scanner? Irene 1.0 used to take alginates and spend an hour in the lab before work, between patients and after work to ensure the models were perfectly poured, trays nicely scalloped and perfectly made to deliver on time. A second visit was required to insert and provide instructions, which took up more chair time. Now that I have a digital scanner, I'm able to use Zoom Delivered to successfully send for custom trays, treatment and delivery directly to my patient within 7 business days. @philipssonicarepro To get started, Call 800-278-8282 or visit their website! Irene created this awesome video, click here to watch it on her instagram. ___________________________________________________ In this episode Dr. Uche talks about fitness, eating habits and how to maintain a healthy lifestyle. He talks about how he builds a good relationship with his patients and acknowledging the changes in their lives. Reach out to Uche at: Instagram FitSpeakers ___________________________________________________ Our hosts encourage you to leave them a review! LET'S GO! Find more of our episodes at https://www.toothordare.ca/ Follow us on Instagram! Podcast IG: @toothordare.podcast Irene: @toothlife.irene Katrina: @thedentalwinegenist
It's the best day of the year, my birthday! So obviously we're talking about birthday sex!Birthday sex is a mood, it's a vibe, and something so many people look forward to. But I'm here to tell you birthday sex doesn't just have happen on your birthday, and how to make it happen all year round.There's a saying I've heard before about blowjobs or other fun, fancy things that they're going to go sexually with their partner only happen on the ABC days, which stands for anniversaries, birthdays, or Christmas/coach purses (if you don't celebrate Christmas). I just feel like there's so many things you can do throughout the year on non-special days that you can get this birthday sex type vibe into your life. I want to share how to incorporate this birthday sex like feeling into your everyday life. It really does come down to having that connection with yourself and having that connection with your partner. Being able to communicate with each other and share with each other what those wants and needs are. 3 Minute Game - it's such a great tool for couples that are looking for a more intentional deeper connection with each other. You're going into this sexual experience with intentions, you have intentions for how you want it to look, how you want it to feel, and specifically how you want it to feel after it's over. All you need is 12 minutes total that you can carve out for that very deep connected intimacy with each other. Once you start engaging in these 12 minutes, I'm going to bet that some curiosity starts to happen, pleasure starts to set in, some reactive desire starts to set in, or some sensations start to set in. When you take that time, that 12 minutes and fall into that connection with each other, that 12 minutes tends to last just a little bit longer.You and your partner will be sitting down in a quiet setting, and you start by asking your partner “How would you like me to touch you?” then you're going to set a timer for 3 minutes and give that touch, give that thing to your partner exactly the way they asked for it, so you're going to want to use your details here. Then you will ask “How would you like to touch me?” and do the same. Then it's your partner's turn to ask the questions.Each partner is asking those same two questions to each other and you're getting that perspective, that touch that experience, you're able to share with your partner exactly what it is that you want and need in that moment, and they have the opportunity to do the same.Here's what I think happens with birthday sex. It's obviously somebody's birthday, so they're getting all the attention on them. Which is probably why so many people look forward to birthday sex. As humans we like to be taken care of, we like to receive the things that we want, so when it's your birthday, so often that might be the only opportunity that someone is actually asking you exactly what you want. “How is it that you want to celebrate your birthday, what do you want your birthday sex to look like?“So when you can incorporate more birthday sex type moments and experiences into your life, you're getting your needs and wants met on a more regular basis. That doesn't mean that when actual birthday or anniversary sex happens it's going to be less exciting, because here's what else happens, as you start to engage in more sexual encounters, and more deeper connections on a regular basis, your horizons will be expanding, you're experiencing pleasure on a more frequent level and that is only going to open your mind up to wanting to try new things, to wanting to get that pleasure more and more often. Connect with Rachel!Instagram: @The_Rachel_MaineWebsite: https://linktr.ee/WellnessSexpertiseFacebook: Rachel MaineEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org
This week on the Mimosas with Moms Podcast, Abbey welcomes Shelly Robinson! Shelly is the founder of Raising Yourself, a movement that helps moms heal unhelpful patterns and develop strong emotional health they can pass on to their children. Shelly shares with us ways in which our children can be such life coaches and how we can use our triggers to identify parts of us that still need healing. Shelly and Abbey have conversations about their own triggers in motherhood and how their kids have given them new tools along the way. How can you raise yourself while raising your children? Let's talk about it, CHEERS! ——————————————— You can find Shelly Robinson: Instagram: @raising_yourself Facebook: @RaisingYourself Website: www.shellyrobinson.com FREE guide: How to Break the Nightly Cycle of Shame ——————————————— Instagram @mimosaswithmoms FB /mimosaswithmoms Email email@example.com An ABC of Families by Abbey Williams - https://www.amazon.com/ABC-Families-Abbey-Williams/dp/0711256535 ———————————————— This episode is sponsored by: * Cozi! An organizing app designed just for families! Download the Cozi app for free in the App Store! * Kindred Bravely - Maternity & Nursing wear www.kindredbravely.com Code MIMOSA20 for 20% off (some exclusions may apply)
Queensland has unveiled its path to reopen borders with travellers from interstate hot spots able to enter the state again from next month but they'll have to quarantine at home for two weeks.
"It is time to slow the locomotive down, an out-of-control locomotive hurtling towards the abyss. There is still time." In a keynote speech over the weekend, Pope Francis called for an end to arms manufacturing; debt forgiveness; releasing the patents on vaccines; and a more thoughtful approach from media and technology companies. But will the words lead to any tangible change? And what does it mean for the church?
As debate continues within the Coalition over a net-zero by 2050 target former prime minister Malcolm Turnbull has accused his successor of being determined not to lead on climate change.
Dr. Lee Rogers is a fellowship-trained podiatrist in diabetic limb salvage. Dr. Rogers is the Chief of Podiatry and Associate Professor of Orthopedics at University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio. He has authored over 150 published papers, books, and book chapters on limb salvage and policy and practice and he has delivered more than 500 lectures around the world. Dr. Rogers is currently the President of the American Board of Podiatric Medicine where he led the effort to create the certificate of added qualification program and authored the Board's guidance on hospital and surgical privileges for podiatrists. Dr. Rogers is the Associate Editor (Diabetic Foot Section) for the Journal of the American Podiatric Medical Association. He received the Rising Star Award from the American Podiatric Medical Association for outstanding national accomplishments in 2011 and selected as one of the most influential podiatrists in America by Podiatry Management Magazine. He was the chair of the American Diabetes Association's Foot Care Council. Dr. Rogers is one of a select few American podiatrists to be honored as Fellow Faculty of Podiatric Medicine by the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow. Previously, Dr. Rogers served as the medical director of the Amputation Prevention Centers of America, a division of RestorixHealth, managing 230 wound centers in 35 states. Dr. Rogers's work has been quoted in the Wall Street Journal, the Washington Post, US News & World Report and he's been a guest on ABC's The Doctors Show and featured on PBS's American Medical Journal and Al Jazeera International's The Cure. --- Unlock Bonus content and get the shows early on our Patreon Follow us or Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | Stitcher | Amazon | Spotify --- Show notes at https://rxforsuccesspodcast.com/73 Report-out with comments or feedback at https://rxforsuccesspodcast.com/report Music by Ryan Jones. Find Ryan on Instagram at _ryjones_, Contact Ryan at firstname.lastname@example.org